Economic Model of a Company, Managerial Economics

I can''t figure out the economic model of a company that I''m supposed to write a report about. The company is a tier 2 supplier, and over the years has bought out several subsidiaries to increase their product line in the market. Would this be considered ''lateral expansion'', and would this be a representation of ''economies of scale''?
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